CFFC It’s in the Photo – Week 2: Mural

The Three Graces

Murals on the wall of a small train station near Königstein im Taunus, Germany. It was not the main station and when we arrived, the trains weren’t running. We ended up driving into Frankfurt.

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CFFC: In the Photo -Week 1

Window with Bricks and Bush

Vacant building, backstreets of Aveiro, Portugal

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CFFC: Piles or Stack

Fine Wine

Bottles of aging port at Quinta do Seixo in the Douro River Valley,  the winery where Sandeman products originate. Sandeman was established in 1790 and was family owned until 1993.

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CFFC: Horizontal Lines

Shallow Steps

Marble steps at Cais das Colunas (Columns Wharf) , Tagus River, Lisbon Portugal

Marble steps leading down into the Tagus (Teju) River in Lisbon, Portugal. Once the noble entrance to the city for visiting dignitaries as they disembarked from their boat, Cais das Colunas is a now a scenic landmark of the Commerce Square (Praça do Comércio). Queen Elizabeth II landed at Cais das Colunas in 1957. Lisbon sits on the north bank of a tidal estuary, where the Tagus flows into the Atlantic Ocean.

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CFFC: Columns or Vertical Lines

Columns All In A Row

In the park, Aveiro, Portugal

Pergola in late 19th century Parque Dom Pedro Infante (City Park), Aveiro, Portugal.

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CFFC: Arch, Dome or Half-Circle

Acoustic Arches

Porta da Vila, the main gate of Obidos, Portugal

The interior passage of the Porta da Vila, the main gate into the Portuguese walled city of Obidos. The chapel on the balcony is decorated with blue and white 18th century (1740-1740) glazed tiles, called azulejo. The tiles depict the Passion of Christ and the painted ceiling represents the crown of thorns.

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